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View Resource Investigating Climate Change of Western North America

This fact sheet, published by the United States Geological Survey (USGS), discusses the influence of the California Current on the climate of the western United States. Topics include the influence of atmospheric pressure cells in the eastern North Pacific and the examination of sediments in core samples to obtain a high-resolution paleoclimatic record. The discussion points out that the geologic...

View Resource MY NASA DATA Earth Science Glossary

The comprehensive, illustrated earth science glossary is available to assist in the understanding of the MY NASA DATA microsets, lesson plans and computer tools. The earth science glossary was constructed to provide definitions, illustrations, and diagrams of the vocabulary used by MY NASA DATA lessons and tools. Another important focus of the glossary is on defining the complex scientific...

View Resource MY NASA DATA Live Access Server

The Live Access Server (LAS) is a highly configurable Web server designed to provide flexible access to geo-referenced scientific data. The Live Access Server provides visualizations and subsettings of multi-dimensional scientific data for Web users. LAS enables the Web user to visualize data with on-the-fly graphics, request and download custom subsets of variables in a choice of file formats,...

View Resource State of the Atmosphere: Interpreting Weather Observations

The purpose of this lesson is to let students analyze atmospheric radiosonde data from a balloon launched at NASA Langley Research Center by teachers attending a workshop. Other resources are included to assist in interpreting the observations. Students are asked to explain in paragraph format their interpretation of the atmospheric conditions depicted by the data and the graph produced using the...

View Resource Carbon Cycle Diagram

This diagram illustrates some of the most abundant stores of carbon and identifies some of the pathways in the carbon cycle along which carbon is transferred from one form to another. Long-term sinks of carbon are labelled in black; shorter-term fluxes are labelled in purple. Amounts are in billions of tons.

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